Ecology in Action

Ecology in Action

Field exercise at Opoutere

Ecology in Action

Ecology in Action

Field Centre

Ecology in Action

Ecology in Action

Time-out on field exercise at Wharekawa Estuary

Ecology in Action

Ecology in Action

Nelson Lakes Discussion

Ecology in Action

Ecology in Action

Coming down after a long day in the field

Why study in New Zealand?

Rigorous academic pursuit and hands-on learning from the mountains to the sea. Full immersion learning at a diversity of sites in the North and South Islands.

Join us for the learning adventure of a lifetime!

Our Spring 2015 Semester begins on January 28. We are currently taking enrolments for this and later programs.

News from the field

All students are flat out and loving it! For our Directed Research Projects this semester, we have teams in the Hunua Ranges, on Motuihe Island, on Waiheke Island, in Waharau Park and at the Rangipo Wetland  Restoration Project.

Wildcats in New Zealand

President of UNH visits EcoQuest.

Shellfish surveys at Opoutere continued

Shellfish surveys

Who Studies at EcoQuest?

Programs are accredited by UNH and are open to highly motivated students from institutions across the US and around the world.  To date, students from over 80 US Universities and University Colleges have attended our programmes. All students are registered for academic credit through UNH and this credit may be transferred directly to the participant’s home institution.

See list of Universities and Colleges>>>

 

EcoQuest team Spring 2014, Opoutere

EcoQuest Spring 2014, Opoutere

 

 

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